Immortal Ever After By Lynsay Sands - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Lynsay Sands was born in Canada and is an award-winning author of more than 30 books, which have made the Barnes & Noble and NEW. Chapter 1. Valerie's eyes blinked open to darkness. For a moment she was disoriented and wondered what had woken her, but then she became aware of.
|Published:||16 November 2014|
|PDF File Size:||39.50 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.74 Mb|
After so long without being able to straighten her legs, she needed the help and barely restrained a groan of pain as she came upright.
She lynsay sands immortal ever after even grateful for his supporting hand on her arm as he walked her silently up the stairs. Normally, the drugs they put in the oatmeal would only now be wearing off and she would be expected to be slow and a little uncoordinated.
Her only worry was that she would be weaker than usual after four days without food. But there was nothing she could do about that and would just have to count on her skills, her strength, and lynsay sands immortal ever after element of surprise to see her through what was lynsay sands immortal ever after.
She had no intention of dying in her own filth in that damned, stinking cage in the basement. She let her head hang forward as if she was too weary and stoned to hold it up.
Doing so allowed her to dart her eyes swiftly around under the cover of her long hair as she searched lynsay sands immortal ever after a possible weapon, or chance at escape. The kitchen counters and table were clear of anything useful.
There were no knife handles sticking out of a handy knife block, no glasses or cups sitting about that she could shatter and use as a weapon, not even a coffee machine or toaster. It could have been an empty house. Valerie continued lynsay sands immortal ever after, eyes searching as he led her into a hall and up another set of stairs to the top floor of the house.
Immortal Ever After
Her recollections of the hallway, the renaissance portrait on the wall, the paneled walls, and the blue carpet were all slightly distorted in her memory.
The hallway ended at a large bedroom.
She refused to look at the old-fashioned four-poster bed as they walked past it to the en suite bathroom. The house was probably over a hundred years old, but the bathroom spoke of a renovation at some point.
Immortal Ever After (Argeneau, book 18) by Lynsay Sands
It was green; the walls were painted green, the toilet was green, the sink was green, and there was a green tub with small green tiles covering the wall around it. It was incredibly ugly, Valerie thought as Igor urged her to the lynsay sands immortal ever after and moved past her to bend over the tub and start a bath running.
Valerie knew what came next, but refused to panic.
- Immortal Ever After by Lynsay Sands - FictionDB
- Lynsay Sands - Books - Under a Vampire Moon
- Immortal Ever After (Argeneau, #18) by Lynsay Sands
Her gaze slid around the small room, settling on a collection of items on the sink counter: Valerie had started to look away from the collection when she had second thoughts. Igor was straightening from setting the stopper and turning on the taps. He would turn his attention to her next.
When the man gave a startled cry, lynsay sands immortal ever after reaching for his eyes, she followed up with a roundhouse kick to his abdomen. He did stagger back a step, but that was it, and even as he did, he lynsay sands immortal ever after out with one arm, hitting her in the chest.
The blow was like an explosive charge going off in front of her. Valerie was sent flying through the air, and out of the bathroom.